CU Model of revolving earth.
LS Man takes photo of Egyptian Sphinx
LS Sailors from Netherlands
LS Greek guard in front of Parthenon.
LS Japanese woman behind her umbrella.
LS Woman in front of Big Ben in London.
CU Lens of camera; camera pans away.
MCU Man looking through microscope.
POV From microscope of cells.
LS Egyptian sarcophagi; image darkens and only skeleton is visible.
LS Man throwing a baseball through a pane of a window set in middle of field.
CU Flower blooming.
LS Family in living room watching television.
LS Advertising panel in street reads: SUNKIST, MORE VITAMINS PER GLASS, MORE WAYS TO USE THEM.
LS Horses and carriage being filmed from above by mechanical camera.
CU Street sign reads: EUGENE L. RAY, PHOTOGRAPHER.
LS Woman pausing for photographer.
CU Negative of photograph with hand drawing on it slightly.
CU Sheet of paper is introduced into (?), hand presses surface of paper and image appears.
Sign reads: STANDISH STUDIOS, ILLUSTRATIVE PHOTOGRAPHERS.
CU Woman modeling.
CU Man taking photographs of her.
CU Sign on door of car reads: GEORGE MEYERS, COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER.
LS Man in front of house taking a photo of it.
series of close-ups of photographs.
CU Hands on equipment.
CU Woman with groceries in the street.
LS Chickens in a battery farm.
CU Square in a city.
CU Three men smiling men in suits with folders under their arms.
CU Large piece of equipment.
CU Man in lab coat pouring liquid into jars.
LS Man steps out of car with writing on windshield: PRESS. He holds camera with large flash.
MCU Line of photographers holding their cameras.
LS Scene of an accident; firefighters and smoke.
CU Two photographers taking pictures; clear sky in background.
LS Three men behind a camera seen from behind. Clear sky in background.
LS Camera on a crane.
LS Theater screening room then projection room.
MCU Small store counter; man selling camera film.
Camera pans long table in factory. Men in line working on cameras.
CU Man looking through microscope.
LS Woman taking picture of another woman.
Camera pans the shelves of a store; full of magazines on photography.
LS Room with woman explaining something in front of blackboard.
CU Magazines spread out.
MCU Man with an old fashioned camera about to press button.
CU Camera from the side.
CU Camera from the front (with flash).
PHOTOGRAPHY CINEMATOGRAPHY COMMUNICATIONS MEDIA CAMERAS LENSES FILM MOTION PICTURES IMAGERY VISUAL PERCEPTION CAREERS LABOR WORKERS EMPLOYMENT VOCATIONAL EDUCATION GUIDANCE
February 19, 2004 Subject:
"Photography salespeople should have experience in photography"
a pretty broad overview of the many many careers one can have in the world of photography. From small time protrait photographers to press photographers who, yes, run from one job to another with a little piece of paper in their hat that says 'press!' Other careers are discussed, from taking the picture to developing, motion picture work, to heck, even how the camera works. Pretty average.
November 27, 2003 Subject:
"The universal hobby"
Reasonable survey of post WWII careers in photograhpy: portraits, news, commercials, cinema, darkroom... pretty ordinary. Doesn't oversell the career nor dismiss it ... but for photography professionals, it's not that well made.